Two people have died after driving a automotive into a flooded area in Liverpool.
Merseyside Police mentioned officers obtained a report of concern for the security of a person and a girl inside a black Mercedes on Queens Drive in Mossley Hill at round 9.20pm on Saturday.
A person and a girl had been discovered on the scene and each had been taken to hospital, the place they had been pronounced lifeless.
Their subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable and formal identification has been made, police mentioned.
Merseyside Police have been requested by the coroner to additional examine the incident.
Detective Chief Inspector Mike Dalton mentioned: “Our ideas exit to the household of the person and lady who sadly misplaced their lives in this tragic incident, regardless of the most effective efforts of passing members of the general public, our officers and Merseyside Hearth and Rescue Providers on the scene.
“We’re on the early levels of an ongoing investigation on Queens Drive to ascertain the circumstances of this tragic incident.
“Highway closures stay in the area as we proceed with this investigation and motorists are suggested to keep away from the highway.
“We’re persevering with to attraction to anybody who was on Queens Drive, between North Mossley Hill Highway and Dovedale Highway at round 9.20pm final night time and noticed the accident, or who stopped to attempt to assist or anybody who had any dashcam footage from their automotive to come back ahead as quickly as attainable.
“Equally, for those who stay in the area and have any doorbell or CCTV footage from final night time please share this with us.”